Category Archives: Southern childhood Memories

Sis’ Popcorn Balls

My Momma makes popcorn balls with the granddaughters every fall . The grandson mostly just eats them!¬† She gives credit for the recipe to my aunt Sis (Elizabeth Methvin). Sis’ sister, Coot also made them and her daughter, Mary was … Continue reading

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Big Mama’s Tea Cakes

Tea Cakes have to be one of the best things I’ve ever put in my mouth. I’ve eaten them my whole life. The simple goodness simply cannot be improved upon. Just this last Christmas season, my daughter did a Google … Continue reading

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How Secret Are Your Family Recipes?

I enjoy cooking and I think it might be genetic. The women in my family take great pride in cooking and sharing their creations. They don’t take as much pride in accurately sharing recipes, though. Some are tempted to leave … Continue reading

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Millie’s Cheese and Macaroni

My Granny taught me how to make her Cheese and Macaroni¬† many years ago. Since it was never written down, it has changed a little here and there over the years. She taught my sister, and Momma too and we … Continue reading

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Deep and Wide

My Granny became a grandmother at a very young age. She was only 17 when my Daddy was born, and he was a young 20 when I was born. So a young woman by today’s standards, became Granny at a … Continue reading

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